Ukraine-Russia, Kadyrov to Putin: “Use nuclear weapons”

The Chechen leader suggests “the use of low-powered nuclear weapons”

Russia should use low-powered nuclear weapons against Ukraine. New thrust by Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, who criticizes Russian military commanders for withdrawing from Lyman and suggests to Vladimir Putin to consider the possibility of using low-potential nuclear weapons.

In a message on Telegram, Kadyrov – who was moved yesterday in the Kremlin during the ceremony of annexation of four Ukrainian regions to Russia – wrote: “In my personal opinion, more drastic measures should be taken, up to the declaration of martial law in the border areas and the use of low-powered nuclear weapons “. The Chechen leader then criticized Colonel Alexander Lapin, commander of the Russian forces fighting in Lyman, calling him “a mediocre”.

The Ukrainian armed forces have taken control of the crucial city in Donetsk in the last few hours, as confirmed by a spokesman for the Kiev army, Sergey Cherevaty, quoted by Ukrainska Pravda, according to which information and videos showing the Ukrainian flag waving at the entrance of the city “are true, we are already in Lyman, but the fighting continues”.

Ukrainian units also arrived in Torske, 16 kilometers east of Lyman. Also according to Ukrainian sources, Kiev units bypassed Lyman to proceed north-east towards Kreminna, 33 kilometers from Lyman.